Try Maybelline’s Ultra Liner in Waterproof :)
Revlon Colorstay also has a long lasting eyeliner!
Fingers is usually best! Because the heat from your fingers helps warm up the makeup to blend better. You can also use a synthetic brush or a makeup sponge. :)
Cream blush blends better on top of foundation/skin with no powder. So i’d suggest using any face powder after your cream blush or using a really light layer of powder under your cream blush!
Something like the Real Technique’s Blush Brush sold at Ulta and some Walgreens and Walmarts! You can tell it’s synthetic by the brush hairs fading from black to grey/white. A synthetic haired brush blends liquid/cream products better than an animal hair brush :)
Or use a makeup sponge or those little triangle makeup sponges you get for really cheap. Using them wet will help the cream blush blend better just make sure to squeeze out all of the excess water you want it to be damp not dripping wet :)
Ah yes that sucker sticks to your brush long lasting foundations tend to do that!
Try mixing a little olive oil with whatever you use to clean your brush in your hand or on a plate and use that to clean your hard to clean brushes! Olive oil helps the makeup unstick to the brush hairs & conditions the brush hairs to keep them soft. Don’t use too much and make sure you rinse your brush properly so you don’t leave any excess olive oil in the brush hairs cause it will make the brush feel funny :)
Hi there! <3
All of my favorite makeup blogs I reblog regularly so thats how you can see other blogs I like. I mainly follow other blogs like mine who just post pictures and answer questions but I really recommend YOUTUBE!
Youtube is soo helpful when learning how to apply makeup because you can actually watch others apply makeup.
Check out a list of all my favorite youtubers here :)